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Five Views: Church, State and Public Justice (Spectrum Series)

Paul Charles Kemeny (Ed)

Five Views: Church, State and Public Justice (Spectrum Series)

Paul Charles Kemeny (Ed)

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What is the mission of the church? What is the purpose of human government? How ought they to be related to each other? How should social injustice be redressed? The five noted contributors to this volume answer these questions from within their distinctive Christian theological traditions, as well as responding to the other four positions. Through the presentations and ensuing dialogue we come to see more clearly what the differences are, where their positions overlap and why they diverge. The contributors and the positions taken include: Clarke E. Cochran: A Catholic Perspective Derek H. Davis: A Classical Baptist Perspective Ronald J. Sider: An Evangelical Anabaptist Perspective Corwin E. Smidt: A Reformed Principled Pluralist Perspective J. Philip Wogaman: A Mainline Protestant Perspective This book will be instructive for anyone seeking to grasp the major Christian alternatives and desiring to pursue a faithful corporate and individual response to the social issues that face us. Market/Audience Students Students and professors of theology Pastors Thoughtful laypeople Christians in politics Features and Benefits Offers clear and concise presentations of the major alternatives, by recognized representatives Provides the argument for each position and assists in comparing and contrasting them by including the accompanying responses of each of the other essayists

- Publisher Abortion. Physician-assisted suicide. Same-sex marriages. Embryonic stem-cell research. Poverty. Crime. What is a faithful Christian response?The God of the Bible is unquestionably a God of justice. Yet Christians have had their differences as to how human government and the church should bring about a just social order.Although Christians share many deep and significant theological convictions, differences that threaten to divide them have often surrounded the matter of how the church collectively and Christians individually ought to engage the public square.What is the mission of the church? What is the purpose of human government? How ought they to be related to each other? How should social injustice be redressed?The five noted contributors to this volume answer these questions from within their distinctive Christian theological traditions, as well as responding to the other four positions. Through the presentations and ensuing dialogue we come to see more clearly what the differences are, where their positions overlap and why they diverge. The contributors and the positions taken includeClarke E. Cochran: A Catholic PerspectiveDerek H. Davis: A Classical Separation PerspectiveRonald J. Sider: An Anabaptist PerspectiveCorwin F. Smidt: A Principled Pluralist PerspectiveJ. Philip Wogaman: A Social Justice PerspectiveThis book will be instructive for anyone seeking to grasp the major Christian alternatives and desiring to pursue a faithful corporate and individual response to the social issues that face us.

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What is the mission of the church? What is the purpose of human government? How ought they to be related to each other? How should social injustice be redressed? The five noted contributors to this volume answer these questions from within their distinctive Christian theological traditions, as well as responding to the other four positions. Through the presentations and ensuing dialogue we come to see more clearly what the differences are, where their positions overlap and why they diverge. The contributors and the positions taken include: Clarke E. Cochran: A Catholic Perspective Derek H. Davis: A Classical Baptist Perspective Ronald J. Sider: An Evangelical Anabaptist Perspective Corwin E. Smidt: A Reformed Principled Pluralist Perspective J. Philip Wogaman: A Mainline Protestant Perspective This book will be instructive for anyone seeking to grasp the major Christian alternatives and desiring to pursue a faithful corporate and individual response to the social issues that face us. Market/Audience Students Students and professors of theology Pastors Thoughtful laypeople Christians in politics Features and Benefits Offers clear and concise presentations of the major alternatives, by recognized representatives Provides the argument for each position and assists in comparing and contrasting them by including the accompanying responses of each of the other essayists
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Abortion. Physician-assisted suicide. Same-sex marriages. Embryonic stem-cell research. Poverty. Crime. What is a faithful Christian response?The God of the Bible is unquestionably a God of justice. Yet Christians have had their differences as to how human government and the church should bring about a just social order.Although Christians share many deep and significant theological convictions, differences that threaten to divide them have often surrounded the matter of how the church collectively and Christians individually ought to engage the public square.What is the mission of the church? What is the purpose of human government? How ought they to be related to each other? How should social injustice be redressed?The five noted contributors to this volume answer these questions from within their distinctive Christian theological traditions, as well as responding to the other four positions. Through the presentations and ensuing dialogue we come to see more clearly what the differences are, where their positions overlap and why they diverge. The contributors and the positions taken includeClarke E. Cochran: A Catholic PerspectiveDerek H. Davis: A Classical Separation PerspectiveRonald J. Sider: An Anabaptist PerspectiveCorwin F. Smidt: A Principled Pluralist PerspectiveJ. Philip Wogaman: A Social Justice PerspectiveThis book will be instructive for anyone seeking to grasp the major Christian alternatives and desiring to pursue a faithful corporate and individual response to the social issues that face us.
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Meet the Author

Paul Charles Kemeny (Ed)

P.C. Kemeny is Assistant Professor of Religion and Humanities at Grove City College in Pennsylvania.ý

Table Of Contents

  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction By P. C. Kemeny
  • 1. Life On The Border: A Catholic Perspective, By Clarke E. Cochran
  • 2. The Classical Separation Perspective, By Derek H. Davis
  • 3. The Principled Pluralist Perspective, By Corwin Smidt
  • 4. The Anabaptist Perspective, By Ronald J. Sider
  • 5. The Social Justice Perspective, By J. Philip Wogaman
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